Travis Scott and McDonald's launched a collaboration this month which included a meal (Quarter Pounder with cheese, bacon, lettuce, fries with BBQ sauce, and a Sprite for $6) and some Cactus Jack merchandise. The food was so popular that it caused supply chain shortages in McDonald's locations across the United States, and it's safe to assume that the merchandise was similarly well-received.
Today, Scott and McDonald's have announced a new, final drop of merchandise from the collaboration. The new clothes were designed in collaboration with Cactus Plant Flea Market, and are available on Travis Scott's online store for 48 hours. The new items feature a cut-and-paste-style typeface, more than a few nods to vintage McDonald's marketing campaigns and store designs, plus hoodies and crewnecks that appear to contain a transcription of Travis Scott describing what the Travis Scott McDonald's meal is. I will say that the shirt with the enormous, airbrushed McRib is pretty funny. Check out all the new products below.